Wednesday, August 30, 2006


We are just overwhelmed.

I can't tell you what it means to us to have the support of this community of old friends, new friends, relatives and well-wishers.

You all have certainly helped us get through the most trying time of our lives and I know you will continue to do so.

Thank You, Thank You, Thank You.



Rumford teapot said...

I have just started reading some of your blog. I am very sorry to hear of your accident. I hope and pray you have a full recovery.

Anonymous said...

Dont assume the worst is over. Once news gets out you are recovering so well with your doner part, the zombie community might still come after you to make you a full-on member of their "community".

You have got to work harder on your fast walking skills when you can, since I have noticed most zombies move at a slower, stumbling pace. Good thing you guys live a couple of floors up, zombies are not good at navigating the stairs. Thats why I currently live on the 6th floor.

Also, getting a thick leather neck dicky or ankle guards will go a long way towards deflecting any bites in vulnerable areas.

Your (currently) non-zombie buddies-
Annalisa and Gary

Anonymous said...

Looking good, Robb!

Is the cane equipped with a sword so that you can get more involved in a life of piracy on the high seas? :-)

Take care,
Knit Wit

Robb said...

Funny you should mention that... The disabled sailors group we went out with is having a Pirate party next month. I was thinking of trading in my walking stick that day for a cutlass or sabre.

shiloh said...

I didn't get to post on the 29th but I too read every blog. I envy folks like you that can create. My only artistic outlet is pottery.


Anonymous said...

Hi. I haven't checked in in a while and when I saw your picture I smiled a Chesire Cat smile. You look great, Rob. Thanks for posting the picture.
Keri T.


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